Living Room and Kitchen

After several seasons of using a toaster oven and mini refrigerator, we finally have a kitchen. Real floors, real furniture, and no more piles of plaster and wood shavings all over the place.

With enough (well, there is never really enough) cabinet and counter space, we can cook real meals. The dining area has views of the village business district, including Red's Eats and the harbor.


This end of the second floor hallway has enough room for some furniture, and the ever-present dog crate.

Below, the living room.